Relatives still hopeful despite no sighting of missing family member

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 Eleven days have passed with no word on the whereabouts of 74-year-old Hyacinth Gage of Potters Village who has been missing since May 7th, but her family continues to remain positive and are “holding on to hope”.

When OBSERVER media reached out to her daughter, Laurel Mason, she reiterated that although it is a trying time for the family, they still are keeping the faith.

Mason went on further to make a plea to the public, more so to community members who may be keeping her mom in their custody, to come forward.

She also asked that members of the public be more vigilant and contact the nearest police station if they observe any foul stench coming from their area.

The police shared similar sentiments to Gage’s family. Public Relations Office Inspector Frankie Thomas said the police are continuing their search despite there being no success or serious leads thus far.

The elderly woman was last seen at the Mount St. John’s Medical Center, where one of her daughters had taken her to undergo blood tests last Tuesday.

Gage was supposed to rejoin her daughter after the procedure, but no one has seen or heard from her since.

According to the description provided, Gage is about five feet, nine inches tall; light in complexion and weighs around 130 pounds.

She was last seen wearing a short wig, a light peach-colored top and three-quarter jeans pants with black sandals and a deep green hoodie with bright orange trim.

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